Professor Dan Parsons

Director of Energy & Environment Institute, University of Hull

Professor Parsons is an active researcher in areas related to fluvial, estuarine, coastal and deep marine sedimentary environments, exploring responses of these systems to climate and environmental change, for example understanding how evolving flood hazard translates to risk across the world and how this can impact populations within river basins and low lying coastal environments.

As the Director of the Energy and Environment Institute, he has gathered together a multidisciplinary team of over 130 researchers, has a portfolio of active research grants and projects of over £29M, and hosts flagship MSc programmes, including one addressing Flood Risk Management.

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